Tag Archive: Leadership Development

5 Simple Intentions to Lift Your Leadership in 5 Days

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” Dan Millman Intentions create focus. Focus defines success. You go where you… Continue reading

2 Ways to Use Adult Peer Pressure for Advantage

When I was a kid mom said, “If all your friends jumped off a bridge, would you?“ Looking back, adults were just as susceptible to peer pressure as we were. Maybe more. Celebrities… Continue reading

4 Ways to Stop Saying Things You Regret

Saying things you regret usually follows these six words, “Let me be honest with you.” Being honest isn’t saying everything in your head. Some thoughts shouldn’t become words. Things you regret: Unfiltered words.… Continue reading

5 Secrets to Working Relationships

I love the feeling of being seen and recognized when I show up at any place of business. We frequent the local Rita’s Italian Ice which is run by a couple from India.… Continue reading

5 Ways to Build the Team You Want

Low-functioning teams cause constant frustration. High-functioning teams get stuff done. 5 ways to build the team: #1. Know what you want. The team you want: Delivers results when you aren’t involved. Enjoys their… Continue reading

3 Ways Remembering Advantages Leaders

The beauty of a poor memory is life is filled with surprises. The danger of not remembering is an untethered life. #1. Remembering informs identity. You know who you are by remembering. Remembering… Continue reading